Andrew Havill

Last updated 23 March 2013

Andrew Havill

Born: 1965 (age: 58)


Andrew Havill is a British actor.

Havill has worked with the Royal Shakespeare Company and at the National Theatre, and was in The Woman in Black in London's West End (1996). Stage roles have included Antipholus of Syracuse in The Comedy of Errors atShakespeare's Globe (2006); a West End production of Jean Anouilh's Ring Around the Moon (2008); and the main role in Alan Ayckbourn's play Virtual Reality (2000), directed by Ayckbourn.

In 2008, he appeared as Frank Ford in the Globe's production of The Merry Wives of Windsor, also directed by Luscombe. 

Havill's TV credits include the BBC's The Impressionists, in which he played Edouard Manet. He featured as the husband of cookery writer Elizabeth David in a docu-drama about her life, and the husband of Daphne du Maurier, 'Boy' Browning, in a BBC drama. Film work has included The AwakeningThe Iron LadyThe King's SpeechThe BrokenSylvia, and The Heart of Me. He appeared in the Christmas Doctor Who episode "Voyage of the Damned" and in the BBC's Spooks Series 8. More recently, he was in Midsomer Murders, in "The Night of the Stag", and in Sherlock, "A Scandal in Belgravia".